If you believe that the integrity of your character is being compromised by a DM you always have the right to simply *poof* away to safety.However it is important to remember that the DM’s are volunteers, who give of their time freely to try and make this a better community.You can choose to use either the present or past tense, and can write with either a first person or third person perspective depending on your personal preferences.However you should try to maintain tense consistency throughout your writing.In this way you can collaborate, working together to tell a tale that satisfies you both.
At the same time, any unoccupied space can be used for any location that is required by your story, and rooms such as “The Multiverse” and “Hellifyno” are set up to act as blank canvases that can become any place that you need.
Dialogue: In literary form this is generally delineated by having words placed in quote marks “ “ That is an acceptable way to express dialogue in the chat, however the common convention on Role Pages is to simply leave text which is intended as dialogue unmarked. *She smiles, catching the man by the sleeve of his jacket* I have an important appointment at 3 and I don’t want to be late.
*Suddenly realizing herself she lets the sleeve go, an embarrassed blush coloring her cheeks.* I’m sorry, I’m… You must follow all of Role Pages.com’s posted rules at all times, whenever accessing any feature of the site, including this chat system.
In those rare cases where you need to communicate an OOC message to an entire room you should place parentheses ( ) around your words so that people know they are not being expressed by your character.
There is a specific OOC room that is set up for these interactions.Role playing is a form of storytelling where you take on the persona of a fictional character, and then interact with others through various mediums to tell dynamic stories.